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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

The third largest university in the state, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is where excellence and opportunity meet. Whether interested in music or technology, sustainability or radio-TV-film, becoming a nurse or haven’t decided yet, there’s something for everyone. UW Oshkosh has grown substantially since its founding in 1871 and now is home to more than 13,500 students, four professional colleges, 60 undergraduate majors, more than 100 minors, 15 master’s degree programs and more than 160 student organizations. UW Oshkosh’s 1,700 faculty, staff and support team members are available to help students achieve a successful academic experience and one-on-one collaborative learning through modest class sizes and experiences.


UW Oshkosh, the nation's first Fair Trade University, is nationally recognized for embracing sustainable practices, such as building "green," examining its carbon footprints and promoting social justice.

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UW Oshkosh is centrally located in the community, which is made up of more than 65,000 people. Campus is located along the Fox River and less that one mile–walking distance–from downtown and a variety of other artistic and cultural venues.


UW Oshkosh is a proud member of the Oshkosh community offering quality services, innovative resources, people and ideas and community events and partnerships.  The campus community promotes enrichment and active learning with opportunities for sports and recreation, arts and culture, service learning and career building. UW Oshkosh’s Fredric March Theatre, music hall, Reeve Memorial Union and the Oshkosh Sports Complex serve as open-to-the-public venues for community events.